The Beans of Egypt, Maine by Carolyn Chute - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Nov 14, 2015
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There are families like the Beans all over America. They live on the wrong side of town in mobile homes strung with Christmas lights all year around. The women are often pregnant, the men drunk and just out of jail, and the children too numerous...

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ISBN
9781423374503
Publisher
Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
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Book language
English
Pages
6
Format
PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
File size (in PDF)
54 kB

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There are families like the Beans all over America. They live on the wrong side of town in mobile homes strung with Christmas lights all year around. The women are often pregnant, the men drunk and just out of jail, and the children too numerous to count.

In the Beans of Egypt, Maine, we meet the God-fearing Earlene Pomerleau and experience her obsession for the whole swarming Bean tribe. Therecousin Rubie, a boozer and a brawler, tall Aunt Roberta, the earth mother surrounded by countless, clinging babies, and Beal, sensitive, often gentle, but doomed by the violence within him. Her eye... for detail is superb, and her portrait of rural life and people are as vivid as anything in Steinbeck or Caldwell.

Detroit News

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Chute is the author of The Beans of Egypt, Maine; Letourneaus Used Auto Parts; Snow Man; and Merry Men, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. She has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Thorton Wilder Fellowship. She currently lives in Maine with her husband. linging babies, and Beal, sensitive, often gentle, but doomed by the violence within him.

Her eye... for detail is superb, and her portrait of rural life and people are as vivid as anything in Steinbeck or Caldwell. Detroit News

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